Green tea: Made with steamed tea leaves, it has a high concentration of EGCG and has been widely studied. Green tea’s antioxidants may interfere with the growth of bladder, breast, lung, stomach, pancreatic, and colon rectal cancers; prevent clogging of the arteries, burn fat, counteract oxidative stress on the brain, reduce risk of neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, reduce risk of stroke, and improve cholesterol levels.
Black tea: Made with fermented tea leaves, black tea has the highest caffeine content and forms the basis for flavored teas like chai, along with some instant teas. Studies have shown that black tea may protect lungs from damage caused by exposure to cigarette smoke. It also may reduce the risk of stroke.
White tea: Uncured and unfermented. One study showed that white tea has the most potent anticancer properties compared to more processed teas.
Oolong tea: In an animal study, those given antioxidants from oolong tea were found to have lower bad cholesterol levels. One variety of oolong, Wuyi, is heavily marketed as a weight loss supplement, but science hasn’t backed the claims.
Pu-erh tea: Made from fermented and aged leaves. Considered a black tea, its leaves are pressed into cakes. One animal study showed that animals given pu-erh had less weight gain and reduced LDL cholesterol.
Health Benefits of Tea: Herbal Teas
Here are some findings:
Chamomile tea: Its antioxidants may help prevent complications from diabetes, like loss of vision and nerve and kidney damage, and stunt the growth of cancer cells.
echinacea: Often touted as a way to fight the common cold, the research on echinacea has been inconclusive.
Hibiscus: A small study found that drinking three cups of hibiscus tea daily lowered blood pressure in people with modestly elevated levels.
Rooibos (red tea): A South African herb that is fermented. Although it has flavonoids with cancer-fighting properties, medical studies have been limited.

Here's what some studies have found about the potential health benefits of tea:

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There are four types of tea all high in polyphenols, a type of antioxidant that seems to protect cells from the DNA damage that can cause cancer and other diseases. It's the polyphenols that have made tea the star of so many studies, as researchers try to figure out whether all that chemical potential translates into real disease-fighting punch. Most research has focused on black tea, which is what about 75% of the world drinks, and green tea, the most commonly consumed variety in China and Japan. Green tea contains an especially high amount of antioxidants—in particular, a type of polyphenol called a catechin, the most active and abundant of which is epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG). That's why there are five times more studies on green than black tea each year—and likely why you're always hearing about the power of the green stuff, says Diane L. McKay, PhD.

Organic Certifications

NOP (National Organic Program of the USDA (US Dept. of Agriculture)  A quality and consistent organic product. 
EU Organic of the Organic Farmers and Growers (OF&G) Certification. A quality and consistent organic product.

All of our organic products not originating in North America have been certified by at least one of the following.
Ecocert – France
Ecocert is known for enforcing some of the world’s most stringent organic standards. The organization is regulated by the government of France, and is itself ISO 65 certified.
BCS – Germany
The mandate of BCS is to “facilitate respectable ecological/organic cultivation". The organization believes that proper supervision of the complete organic process from grower to consumer can be regulated without having a negative economical impact.
IMO (Institute for Market Ecology) – Switzerland
Fro more than 20 years the IMO has been one of the world’s most highly respected agencies for inspecting and certifying eco-friendly and organic products. The institute offers organic certification in accordance with European regulation Nr. 2092/91, the USDA and the Japanese Agricultural Standard.
SKAL – Netherlands
SKAL works to build trust between consumers and organic producers. The organization undertakes independent surveys of organic producers and offers site inspections and organic certification.

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Our Philosophy On Tea Tasting & The Health Benefits of Tea

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Tea tasting is similar to a wine tasting ... smelling, swishing and enjoying. Tippy To You ..... Try a Tea Tasting Sampler Pack Today

Our tea tasting sampler packs are hand selected and change often to provide you with an array of taste and aromas. Each packet comes with enough tea to taste each tea three separate times. There will be tea evaluation forms to be completed after the tasting of each tea.
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